Smith dual gage temp fitting

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twodoor64
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Smith dual gage temp fitting

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31-363-472-00 smith temp fitting .... 3/8 BBS to 3/8 NPT Looking for this fitting.

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Re: Smith dual gage temp fitting

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Mini Spares list it, but they are out of stock at this time.

http://www.minispares.com/product/Class ... 0to%20shop

Holden list them to and they have stock

https://www.holden.co.uk/p/adaptor_3_8_ ... er_070_017
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Is that the same as needed - that one is the same thread on both the male and female sides (5/8" UNF) whereas the question was asking about an NPT thread on one side.

Looking at this: https://www.smiths-instruments.co.uk/dual-gauges
If fitting to a A Series head I'd assume what is actually needed is a 31-363-415 which is 5/8"UNF male to 3/8 BSP male. Which is a TE9 available here:
http://www.speedograph-richfield.com/ht ... ptors.html

Or...you might need both! The TE5 to 'extend the port' to accommodate the bulb and then the TE9 to adapt the thread.

In US 7ent do their own version of the TE5:
https://www.7ent.com/products/adapter-t ... l0067.html
(note the gauge comes with the thread adaptor https://www.7ent.com/products/dual-gaug ... l0045.html)

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Re: Smith dual gage temp fitting

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Another learning experience.
UN/UNF.
NPT/NPTF.
BSPP (BSP, Parallel)
BSPT (BSP, Tapered)
Metric Parallel.
Metric Tapered. I think I have order the right fitting this time. Great site lots of helpful people. Be well be safe. Mike

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Re: Smith dual gage temp fitting

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I don't believe you mentioned in your previous posts... what are you adapting to what?
Doug L.

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